Patient care through the Department of Neurology at the University of Michigan provides quality care for the treatment of Parkinson's disease, seizures, dizziness, multiple sclerosis, stroke, headaches, sleep disorders and epilepsy among many other disorders of the nervous system.
- Cognitive Disorders - Including Alzheimer and Dementia
- General Neurology
- Headache & Neuropathic Pain
- Intraoperative Monitoring (IOM)
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Muscular Dystrophy
- Neuro-Critical Care
- Neuromuscular Diseases and ALS
- Parkinson's/Movement Disorders
- Pediatric Neurology
- Sleep Medicine
- Sports Neurology
- VA Hospital Neurology
Patient Care Services
The Department of Neurology treats a wide range of neurological disorders and provides a number of diagnostic services and treatments. In a 20-bed inpatient unit and a neuro-intensive care unit (shared with Neurosurgery) state-of-the-art inpatient care is provided in a referral University Hospital setting. Outpatient clinics oriented by subspecialty provide expert primary neurology care and referral consultation by qualified subspecialists. Special units include an 28-bed Sleep Laboratory, adult and pediatric inpatient epilepsy monitoring units, the EEG Laboratory, an EMG Laboratory and a referral stroke team. For a comprehensive listing of Neurology clinical services and multidisciplinary programs please visit the Brain and Neurological Conditions webpage, part of the UofMHealth.org website. Information about neurological conditions is available by searching the UofMHealth.org's Health Library.